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Why Buzz Lightyear Star Tim Allen Was Replaced With Controversial Chris Evans

Chris Evans has taken on a new iconic role in the latest blockbuster Lightyear, and despite fans clamoring for Tim Allen’s return, the directors have revealed that the decision is well-intentioned.

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The latest Pixar blockbuster Lightyear hits theaters today – but Buzz’s iconic character isn’t what you think.

For millions of movie fans, Tim Allen will always be associated with this role after voicing astronauts since 1995’s Toy Story.

However, Hollywood A-Lister Chris Evans put his voice skills to the test when he took on the new Buzz.

At the time of the announcement, fans were quick to question Pixar’s decision – but much to their shock, the decision was well-intentioned.

According to Lightyear director Angus MacLane, Tim wasn’t even approached for the role – despite having starred in all four films.

With Chris taking the role, he admits he took advice from the acting legend – and even admitted to “copying” his work.







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Marvel fans will recognize Chris best for portraying the fan-favorite role as Captain America – with Steve Rogers officially hanging up his shield in Marvel Avengers: Endgame in 2019.

It was therefore a bit of a surprise that he was offered the voice of Buzz for the new Toy Story spin-off.

When it comes to coming up with Buzz’s famous and iconic catchphrase – to infinity and beyond – Chris admits he copied Allen’s version.

He told The Daily Telegraph: “I just said, ‘I’m doing Tim and I don’t care’.”

“You feel so nervous when you hear yourself out loud – it almost feels wrong. It’s like trying to say ‘Bond, James Bond’ and you’re like ‘nope, nope, nope’ – that’s for people. other “.”

Chris explained the critical and final pressure of the role, saying:[Tim Allen] is Buzz Lightyear to me – I grew up on these movies. “

“So you definitely want to use it as a template… And he did such a good job, I would be a fool if I didn’t absorb some of the options.

“But at the same time you have to create some new sugar in the snow.”







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Angus, who co-directed Finding Dory, revealed that there was a deeper reason Chris was cast in the role than Tim.

During the film’s Hollywood premiere, Angus set a straight-up surrogacy record – and how well-intentioned the decision was.

He told Vanity Fair: “Tim’s version of Buzz is a bit goofy and a bit sleepy, and so he’s the comic relief.

“In this movie, Buzz is the action hero. He’s serious and ambitious and funny, but not the goofy that would undercut the movie,” he said.

“Chris Evans has the charisma and movie-star quality our character needed to separate him and the movie from the toy version of Tim in Toy Story.”

Before the launch, he confirmed the decision in an interview with Yahoo – and ultimately decided that he didn’t want the “original” Buzz Lightyear to “add to the confusion.”

He explained that the action figure, originally voiced by Allen, “is a little guy and a bit goofy, and so he’s the comic relief man”.

“In this movie, Buzz is the action hero. He’s serious and ambitious and funny, but not the goofy that would undercut the movie,” he added.







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Ahead of Chris’ new role as Buzz Lightyear, the actor recently defended the film’s broadcast of same-sex kissing.

Chris rushed to defend the new blockbuster when the beloved character was not shown in 14 countries.

Chris told Reuters TV: “The real truth is those people are idiots.”

“Whenever there’s been social progress when we wake up, the American story, the story of the people, is one of continual social awakening and evolving and that’s what makes us who we are. should be nice.”

“There will always be people who are scared, not aware and try to hold on to what was before,” he added. “But those people died like dinosaurs.

“I think the goal is to leave them alone, to move forward and embrace the growth that makes us who we are.”

Lightyear opens exclusively in cinemas on Friday, June 17.

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